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9 Feb 2018

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PhD Project
Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies

PhD position in Computational Biology

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9 Feb 2018

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Position Description


PhD Position in Computational Biology

The group of Systems Medicine (http://systemsmedicine.de) at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies invites applications for a full-time PhD position in Computational biology. The successful candidate will receive a scholarship for 3 years.

Major duties:
• Develop mathematical models describing diseases using deterministic models, stochastic models, and compartmental models.
• Analyze clinical and experimental data from collaborators using machine learning and bioinformatics approaches.
• Develop novel algorithms to treat diseases.
• Publish research findings in scientific journals and present them at major scientific meetings.

Qualifications:
• A bachelor/MSc degree in a quantitatively-oriented field, such as engineering, computer science or applied mathematics.
• Excellent command of English.
• Knowledge in analytical and quantitative methods.
• Experience in MATLAB or R, and LaTex.
• Knowledge of immunology is a plus.

Please send questions or your application with a motivation letter, outlining your interest in a PhD position, along with your curriculum vitae which should include the names and contact details of three referees, to

vargas@fias.uni-frankfurt.de

Positions are open until filled. The planned start date is in September 2018 but can be negotiated.


How to Apply

Please send questions or your application with a motivation letter, outlining your interest in a PhD position, along with your curriculum vitae which should include the names and contact details of three referees, to vargas@fias.uni-frankfurt.de

Position Category: Mathematical & Physical Sciences. Position Type: PhD Project. Salary: €10'000 - €20'000.

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